Posts Tagged "Vegetarian"

Simple Roasted Cherry Tomatoes

simple roasted tomatoes

Open my refrigerator and you’re almost guaranteed to find a container of roasted cherry tomatoes. Roasted tomatoes can be added to so many different dishes and they are so easy to make! You can roast different types of tomatoes (I used Roma here) but more often than not, I choose the little guys—cherry or grape. My favorite way to roast Read More

Smoky Baked Eggs with Ricotta and Beans

Smoky Baked Eggs

These smoky baked eggs are on regular rotation in my house. Beans, ricotta and spinach make this dish nice and hearty—perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner! It has taken me soooo long to finish writing this blog post because I have a BIG case of writer’s block. I blame it on the current quarantine situation. I’m happy to do my Read More

Tortellini with Lemon Butter Sauce

Tortellini with Lemon Butter Sauce

Nothing better than an easy weeknight dinner that can be on the table in 15 minutes, am I right? This Tortellini with Lemon Butter Sauce is so simple and easy to make, yet flavorful and totally satisfying! Even though I always have a few bags of tortellini and ravioli in my freezer, I always forget to use them! Usually when Read More

Green Beans with Tarragon and Garlic Breadcrumbs

Green Beans with Tarragon and Garlic Breadcrumbs

If the thought of green beans makes you thing of soggy old green bean casserole, you’ve come to the right place. These fresh green beans are snappy, bright and, as you can see, NOT that gross greenish brown color from the can. No thank you to that! And it doesn’t hurt that this dish is incredibly easy to make! I Read More

Aglio e Olio with Cured Egg Yolk

Aglio e Olio with Cured Egg Yolk grated on top

Aglio e Olio, which means “garlic and oil” in Italian, is one of those dishes that’s so simple, and so easy to make, it’s almost unbelievable. It just proves, you don’t need many ingredients to make a delicious meal! Aglio e Olio is amazing on it’s own but I’m taking it to the next level by topping it off with Read More

Harissa Roasted Potatoes with Tahini Sauce

A bowl of spicy roasted potatoes with tahini sauce drizzled on top. Served with scallions and sesame seeds.

Who doesn’t love some crispy roasted potatoes? These potatoes are ESPECIALLY tasty and packed with flavor. Why? They’re roasted with harissa! The harissa gives them a bit of a spicy kick and the tahini sauce adds a nice, creamy element. All topped off with green onion and toasted sesame seeds—so delicious! I’ve been wanting to share this recipe since the Read More

Beet Carpaccio with Goat Cheese and Pepitas

This Beet Carpaccio is one of those recipes that looks fancy, but is incredibly easy to make. Like, seriously, it’s almost embarrassing how easy it is. You’ll roast some beets, slice ’em up, add some delicious toppings and there you go, a beautiful and tasty dish! Speaking of beautiful, can we just take a moment to appreciate how pretty beets Read More

Easy Eggs in Purgatory

Eggs In Purgatory with Cheese

Eggs in Purgatory might take the blue ribbon for coziest breakfast ever (if anyone is giving out ribbons for that.) In addition to being the coziest, it’s also one of the easiest! I’m telling you, it looks fancy, but it’s a breeze to make. I mean, I regularly make this on weekdays—that’s how easy it is! It’s a healthy and fun Read More

Chicory Salad with Blue Cheese and Pears

My mom used to make a similar salad to this one when I was growing up and I used to resist it because my (totally wrong) brain thought that pears couldn’t be good in a salad. Well, when I finally came around and realized that pears are DELICIOUS in salad, I felt like a real moron. Take it from me Read More

Farro With Miso Mushrooms

I am honestly kind of mad at myself for not bringing this recipe to life sooner. I have a list of “cooking ideas” in my notes on my phone where I jot down any and all ideas I have for recipes. Some of these ideas are fully formed and ready to be put to the test and some… well, some Read More